From 02/13/2015 to 03/14/2015
- 02:10 PM Support #348 (Closed): longitudinal or cross-sectional weights
- If looking at data from wave 1 and wave 4 with the intention of comparing jbstat frequencies (only for respondents wh...
- 09:08 AM Support #344: Where can I find the variables movemth and moveyr in waves 2, 3 and 4?
- We are looking into this issue and hope to provide you with the relevant advice soon. Jakob
- 08:45 PM Support #347: finding open-ended question data from BHPS
- Hey Jakob,
thanks a lot, that's what I've found as well, but that's a numeric encoding already. I have trouble t...
- 03:54 PM Support #347: finding open-ended question data from BHPS
- Documented around here;
- 01:29 PM Support #347 (Closed): finding open-ended question data from BHPS
- Dear Documentation Team,
I try to locate data from the BHPs but have trouble locating it. Would be
great if you ...
- 01:57 PM Support #345 (In Progress): pregnancy
> number of total pregnancies that current pregnant woman had in wave 4 ,wave 2
The questions are asked in a l...
- 11:41 AM Understanding Society training Scotland in March (Free)
- 11:37 AM Support #341 (In Progress): ethnicity or place of birth of partners (cohabiting partner or spouses)
- I have received the following advice:
Essentially the partnership history modules collect nothing about the partner ...
- 10:54 AM Support #340 (Closed): job spell data
- 10:40 AM Support #346 (In Progress): b_ff_ukborn - high level of missing data
- If you crosstabulate the variable with household origin (hhorig), you will find that the fed-forward data from the BH...
- 12:06 PM Support #346 (Closed): b_ff_ukborn - high level of missing data
There are a lot of missing values (33.9%) for the variable b_ff_ukborn in Wave 2. As this question was ask...
- 08:16 PM Support #345: pregnancy
- Nora Alafif wrote:
> Kindly provide me with your suggestion based on your good experience in understanding society...
- 08:14 PM Support #345 (Closed): pregnancy
- Kindly provide me with your suggestion based on your good experience in understanding society study :
1- I'm ...
- 12:15 PM Support #342: BHPS sample in US
- Dear Onyinye,
Yes, if you are doing analysis that simultaneously uses variables from all 21 waves (up to wave 4 of...
- 09:45 AM Support #344: Where can I find the variables movemth and moveyr in waves 2, 3 and 4?
- Thank you for this prompt response.
The problem we have is that we need the dates left the household for children an...
- 09:15 AM Support #344: Where can I find the variables movemth and moveyr in waves 2, 3 and 4?
- please see mvyr and mvmth on INDRESP.
- 01:27 PM Support #344 (Closed): Where can I find the variables movemth and moveyr in waves 2, 3 and 4?
- Where can I find the variables movemth and moveyr (month and year left household) in waves 2, 3 and 4? Their position...
- 01:24 PM Support #343 (Closed): Variables jnmnth and jnyear missing in wave 4?
- Please can you tell me where I can find the variables jnmnth and jnyear in wave 4? The corresponding variables in wav...
- 12:35 PM Support #342 (Closed): BHPS sample in US
For my analysis I shall be constructing a panel using the 18 waves of the BHPS and the BHPS sample within U...
- 04:28 PM Support #341 (Closed): ethnicity or place of birth of partners (cohabiting partner or spouses)
- Dear all,
I want to analyse partnership formation and dissolution in regard of endogamous and exogamous partnershi...
- 01:00 PM Support #340: job spell data
- I have received the following advice:
...using the start date of new spells as the end date for the previous spell, ...
- 12:36 PM Support #330 (Closed): current hh income - negative figures
- 12:35 PM Support #337 (Closed): d_qfhigh_dv and d_hiqual_dv in Understanding Society
- 12:35 PM Support #338 (Closed): Nurse Health Assessment
- 12:35 PM Support #339 (Closed): Pensions Module in w11 and w16 BHPS, Is There a Similar Pensions Module in US?
- 12:32 PM Call: Methodological innovation for longitudinal studies
- 06:38 PM Support #340 (Closed): job spell data
- I'd like to create a variable of number of job spells from 1/9/2009-1/9/2010 (as opposed to the existing variable b_n...
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